The LG Fitness Children’s Program is a multifunctional program for all ages. This program teaches them speed and agility also how to include healthy exercise in their daily routine from the early stages of their development. Parents are encouraged to watch from the bleachers or take part in a training session of their own. This also reinforces the positive mentality in children towards physical fitness to see their parent actively engage and enjoy similar activity.
Circuit training is a form of body conditioning, resistance training and high-intensity aerobics. It is designed to target strength building as well as muscular endurance. An exercise “circuit” is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. When one circuit is complete, one begins the first exercise again for another circuit. Traditionally, the time between exercises in circuit training is short, often with rapid movement to the next exercise.
Group training incorporates the classic components of fitness to include muscular and cardiovascular endurance, strength training and aerobics in a group setting. Working out in a group setting has tremendous benefits that lead to a greater success in reaching your goals.
One on one Training:
Offers you more than the “typical” health club experience that makes accomplishing your fitness goals both fun and easy. No matter your level of fitness, as a certified personal trainer I will design a exercise program, providing you a more efficient and productive workout with the knowledge, safety and motivation you need to achieve real results. You take the first step and I’ll do the rest to help you complete your journey to a healthier lifestyle.
Kettlebell training uses dynamic total body movements to challenge and improve endurance, strength, balance and agility. Kettlebell training is age and gender friendly, as long as you have the desire to change your body like never before.
Speed and Agility Training:
Athletic speed can be improve by the following ways:
- Starting ability (acceleration/plyometrics)
- Stride length (increase after initial acceleration)
- Stride rate (number of steps per time)
- Speed endurance
- Sprint form and technique